The Leadership Team

Barry+NancyBarry & Nancy Kaardall

Barry and Nancy have been pastoring CRV for 15 years. They are committed to God, to each other, and to building a vibrant community of believers in the Campbell River area.

 

View More: http://taniskatie.pass.us/bobby-kayla-weddingBobby (and Kayla) Rau

Bobby and Kayla have been attending CRV since July 2013.  Bobby joined the CRV staff as Youth Pastor in January 2014.  Bobby believes that the best way to develop a youth group is through building community and serving others.  Bobby has a degree in Physical Education and enjoys all facets of sport.

 

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Marc (and Geri) Blanchard

Marc (and Geri) Blanchard have been attending CRV since Fall of 2006 and are currently active members of the worship community there. Since 2010, both Geri and Marc have led many of the Sunday worship times and enjoy leading praise music that is energetic, contemporary, and passionate for God. In September of 2014 Marc was invited to the position of Worship Overseer and was voted in as a member of the CRV leadership team.
 
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Loralie Frandsen
has been a member of the Vineyard Church for 9 years and is actively involved with the music team. She is passionate about cats, coffee and for others to experience God’s love; but also likes that for herself too. Loralie is from Courtenay B.C but says there is no home like the Campbell River Vineyard Church. Her Courtenay life consists of being a support worker for adults with developmental disabilities, eating, and rubbing her cats fur the wrong way.
 
Tim and Deborah Calvert
Tim and Deborah have been attending CRV since September, 2015. Although they’re new to Campbell River and the Vineyard Fellowship, they’ve been serving and growing for the past 34 years. Seeing God’s Kingdom as one huge jigsaw puzzle and God’s children being the puzzle pieces, they endeavour to complete their part of the puzzle by using their giftings and passions to serve wherever the Lord places them. The greatest desire of their hearts is to see everyone discover, and fit, their ‘piece’ into the puzzle, and to see God’s Kingdom come and His will be done.